• J.B. Young K-8
    Principal: Marianne Corbin
    Associate Principal: Kristin Huggins
    1702 Main Street
    Davenport, Iowa 52803
    Phone: (563) 326-4432
    Fax: (563) 326-1165

  • News, Events, and Announcements

    Mr. Berg’s March Students of the Month

    The “Best of the Class” award is a huge “THANK YOU” from Mr. Berg to you for doing such a great job.

    Every class does a warm-up routine each time they come to PE class. This warm-up routine consists of sit-ups, push-ups, stretching, and running. The students perform a set amount of repetitions given by the teacher, Mr. Berg, for each exercise.  Mr. Berg chooses one student, at the end of each month, from each grade level as the “BEST” exerciser in their class.

    Being the “BEST” does not always mean that they run the fastest or do the most sit-ups, rather it is an indication of how much effort they put into their warm-up routine. This award also means that they take their exercise time seriously and do not bother other students during this time. Every teacher loves to see students putting 100% effort into what they do! In Read more

    100 Black Men fundraiser

    On Wednesday, April 6th, 8th grader Cyrus Diaz, a participant of 100 Black Men Quad Cities “Stanley Moore Mentoring Program” at JB Young K-8 volunteers his time after school at Chick-Fil-A restaurant in Davenport, Iowa to help raise funds for their upcoming trip to Chicago’s Navy Pier.

    He is joined by Michael Cole, president of 100 Black Men of the Quad Cities, Inc. and Shirley Moore, mentor and wife of the late Stanley Moore.

    8th Grade Parent opportunity

    Please check out this flyer for upcoming opportunities to prepare your 8th grader for their journey to High School next year!

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    Springfield 2016

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    On March 30th, JB’s 8th graders visited the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum.  With a 4th Quarter Social Studies curriculum focus on Lincoln’s role in holding the United States together during the Civil War, this Field Trip helped students gain insight into the life of the Nation’s 16th President.  Additional stops included lunch at a local Italian Restaurant as well as a tour of President Lincoln’s tomb.

    Mr. Berg’s February Best of Class

    The “Best of the Class” award is a huge “THANK YOU” from Mr. Berg to you for doing such a great job.

     

    Every class does a warm-up routine each time they come to PE class. This warm-up routine consists of sit-ups, push-ups, stretching, and running. The students perform a set amount of repetitions given by the teacher, Mr. Berg, for each exercise.  Mr. Berg chooses one student, at the end of each month, from each grade level as the “BEST” exerciser in their class.

    Being the “BEST” does not always mean that they run the fastest or do the most sit-ups, rather it is an indication of how much effort they put into their warm-up routine. This award also means that they take their exercise time seriously and do not bother other students during this time. Every teacher loves to see students putting 100% effort into what they do! Read more

    Show Choir Show Off

    Thirty-six intermediate students attended the Show Choir Show Off at the Adler Theater on Monday February 29th. All three Davenport High Schools showcased the talents of their JV and Varsity Show Choirs!

    Teacher Door Decorations

    JB Young teachers recently decorated their classroom doors to reflect the university they attended.  Check out our door gallery below to see the broad range of educational experience that our teaching staff brings to JB!

    Online Learning in Science

    8th Grade Students in Mr. Moulton’s class used an online learning website along with a Google Sheets data entry assignment to test and measure wavelengths.

    Students worked individually using their Cornell Notes and could share their findings immediately with Mr. Moulton thanks to their Chromebooks and Google Apps for Education.

    Circa 21 for Ms. Lindskog’s students

    Lindskog  On February 9th a select group of intermediate students attended workshops and saw the show “Phantom” at Circa 21.

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    Valentine’s Day Dance

    The JB Student Council hosted the Intermediate Valentine’s Day Dance on Wednesday, January 10th.  Students would like to thank all teachers who helped set up along with Ms. Weigel, Ms. Kottke, and Mr. Pigney for coordinating the event.

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